Help requests should be in the forums, but many keep coming to the Blog facility.
I am restoring an antique Kienzle grandfather clock and have successfully been able to get it into good working order. The case is beautiful German oak and is in excellent condition. However, I need to have the dial face re-silvered and new numerals painted. I am located in Frankfurt, Germany and need to find a shop in Germany that does this work. Does anyone know of such?
I believe I have come across a Peter Henlein watch from the early 1500s.
Does anyone have any suggestions on how to authenticate it?Pomander Watch on Clock Base Front.pdfPomander Watch on Clock Base -Top.pdfPomander Watch Globe - Bottom - Without Cage.pdf
I am working on a cuckoo clock and am beginning to test. I adjusted the beat and have a stead beat. Here is the issue, it seems to stop after a few moments unless I add extra weight to the chain. With the added weight, it seems to work fine, how can I adjust the movement or whatever to work with the single 9oz weight? This is my first time working with a cuckoo clock
This is a story of a movement I bought on eBay about... like... 2-3 months ago. More or less. The decent 12 size model 1894 Riverside Maximus was to be among the very fanciest watches I have, as al Maximus grade are bound to be.
It is a spectacularly finished movement, with a double sunk dial in pretty good shape. In the picture it is nicely ticking, but it was not when I first got it. Troubles began the moment I opened the box, when I saw
Updated 11-22-2015 at 06:16 AM by pmwas
I need the set up directions for the ships clock chimes on the Hermle mechanical movement #0132. David Spong